Tag: digital humanities

  • Playing with AI – The HASTAC site banner journey! 

    Like so many of us, I have been enjoying playing around with AI image generators and quickly ran out of all the free credits that DALL.E.  and Midjourney offered. I know that Designer friends have been integrating these images into the initial phases of the creative process to help generate ideas or storyboards as well. […]

  • Launching our new blog posts series “Playing with AI.”

    You might have noticed our new banner image on our HASTAC website. It looks great, and it was created by HASTAC Co-Director Parisa Setayesh, using AI. When she told me she had tried a few things with AI to develop a new illustration for our HASTAC Scholars Digital Fridays, I was very curious to see […]

  • Join the JITP Collective – Apply by Nov 30

    Join the JITP Collective – Apply by Nov 30

    Call for Participation The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy seeks new members to join our Editorial Collective. We invite applications from graduate students, scholars, and practitioners in all fields who critically and creatively engage with digital technology in their teaching, learning, and research. We will be appointing both graduate student members and non-student members (faculty, staff, practitioners). […]